A Psychiatrist Explains When It’s Time To See A Mental Health Professional

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That’s why check-ins are good

Dr. Seide recommended people establish a relationship with a therapist they like and do regular check-ins. These can be monthly or even just a few times a year. Touching base when things aren’t bad and keeping the narrative going with one person, makes the thought of speaking to someone when things are bad far less intimidating. Then you already know to whom you’ll go, and that therapist already knows your background.

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